India’s First Reflection pool bird photography…Only At Indian Savanna Bush Camp

Species that can be clicked at nearby camp area .

Heterophasia capistrata -The rufous sibia














Lophura leucomelanos
Picus canus
The red-billed blue magpie (Urocissa erythroryncha)
The Indian black-lored tit or Indian yellow tit
A Black-breasted Sunbird
slaty headed parakeet
blue throated barbet
great barbet
Trochalopteron lineatum
Dendrocitta formosae
Certhia himalayana
Certhia himalayana
Garrulax rufogularis
Minla cyanouroptera
Stachyridopsis pyrrhops
Garrulax albogularis
Garrulus lanceolatus
Niltava sundara
Aegithalos concinnus
Phoenicurus caeruleocephala
Aves Tennantus
Leiothrix lutea
Sitta cinnamoventris
Phylloscopus xanthoschistos
Heterophasia capistrata
Pomatorhinus erythrogenys
Chalcophaps indica
Dicrurus leucophaeus
Dicrurus leucophaeus
Glaucidium cuculoides

The Hide at camp site which is uniquely designed with lot of attention considering not only photographers but Birds too , daily one caretaker which is appointed by Team indian Savanna workds 12X7X365 for checking feeders asides pool as well as water is regularly cleaned and changed for the birds .

Pool-hide-at-indian savanna

Hide Two at Camp site which is favorite hotspot for around two dozen’s of kalij pheasants.















Hide Three maintained By Team Indian Savanna At daily basis.


One Can click at extremely low ground level from the hide as well as few birds are not at all shy and can be clicked without using hide just sitting and enjoying natural perches .













































khaleej pheasant










For Clicking Extremely Shy Pomatorhinus erythrogenys which is often seen at Bush Camp patricipants can use below hide which is made uing old Jute Bags and regular cleaning is done to avoid smell and natural feel at the hide , there are two such which can be setup in a day before coming of participants .






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